Lisbon man sentenced on multiple counts
LISBON – Justin J. Schneider, 22, state Route 518, Lisbon, appeared in custody in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court on Monday morning and was sentenced to 27 months in prison.
Schneider, who has failed to appear twice last year for hearings, pleaded guilty and was immediately sentenced on Monday.
He pleaded guilty to breaking and entering, six counts receiving stolen property, four counts of vandalism, criminal damaging and three counts of forgery. With multiple sentences, some will be served concurrently for a total of 27 months in prison. Credit will be determined for time served after he was taken into custody on bench warrants.
According to court documents, Schneider on Jan 25, 2012, went into the unoccupied garage of John Wolfe, East Lincoln Way, Lisbon and took miscellaneous tools belonging to Wolfe; damaged a Jeep Liberty belonging to Wolfe’s employer, the Columbiana County Board of Developmental Disabilities; and damaged a GMC Safari belonging to Wolfe.
Additionally on the same date, Schneider damaged a vending machine, washer and dryer located at the Lisbon Laundromat, owned by Wilbert Kraft, and a vending machine at the Save-A-Lot in Lisbon, owned by Richard Stacy. He also had in his possession a Ford truck and miscellaneous tools belonging to Keith Burke and a GPC belonging to Trisha Coburn, all also on Jan. 25, 2012.
Then in September 2011, Schneider had three checks belonging to Elizabeth Schneider, forged her name to them and deposited them into his checking account.